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SharepointControls Can't be used direclty in Pages or Blank Templates

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi friends,

             This is siddiq ali have a problem on sharepoint controls,I hope  you will respond to me.

 I am trying to add sharepoint  controls in sharepoint page or  sharepoint blank template but getting problem how can i solved to .My question is cant we use sharepoint or asp .net controls in  cant be used directly and save information without writing code by using designer controls.

Thanks,

Md.siddiqali

 


Mohammad Siddiqali


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